Antique Triple Wardrobes are a very Large Antique Wardrobe built with three main sections, usually a central mirror door and two outer full length figured doors. The central interior is quite often fitted with drawers and linen slides, whereas the two outer interiors will usually have hanging rails and brass or wood turned hooks, originally used to hang wigs or clothes. These grand pieces of antique furniture are usually built using finely figured woods like Mahogany or Burr walnut and occasionally inlaid. They were built from the mid Victorian to the Edwardian periods by highly skilled craftsmen who also specialised in building bedroom suites so you can quite often find other matching bedroom pieces for the same room. They would usually have a matching dressing table, bed and washstand, although many do get split up over time. Some of the best cabinet makers made the triple wardrobe from Holland and sons to Heal and son, occasionally we do find them stamped but they are very sought after and collected so they do sell very fast. Have a look below at our lovely examples available for sale.
Victorian Wardrobes for sale
Below are a few examples of previously sold triple wardrobes, but if any particular style looks of interest please let us know as we do get many similar designs in stock and we can try to locate something similar.
Stunning Quality Antique Mahogany Triple Wardrobe. Containing the original makers stamp of “J. Hunter & Co. of Manchester” this antique mahogany triple wardrobe is of stunning quality and dates from around 1900. It has a moulded cornice above a deep frieze displaying elegant inlay decoration. This sits above a central door with the original oval bevelled mirror flanked by two cupboard doors. The two outer cupboard doors have the original brass handles while all three doors display a simple but elegant boxwood string inlay decoration. The interior of the smaller left hand section contains brass hooks and two mahogany lined drawers with the original brass handles while the larger right hand side contains a brass hanging rail and hooks. The base of the wardrobe has two deep drawers, with the original brass swan neck handles and boxwood string inlay decoration.
Superb Quality, William IV Mahogany Antique Wardrobe. Originating from Scotland this William IV (circa 1835) mahogany wardrobe is of exceptional quality, both in terms of timbers used and craftsmanship evident in its construction. It has a stepped moulded cornice above a wonderful flamed mahogany frieze over four full length doors which display striking figuring and come complete with keys and working locks. The piece stands on an inverted break fronted plinth. The body of the wardrobe comprises of three sections hidden behind the four stylish doors. Both the right and left sections contain a pull out hanging rail along with original turned hooks. These would have originally been designed for hanging wigs from but probably more useful for storing belts or ties today! The central interior has a single fixed shelf over three mahogany lined sliding linen trays. Below these can be found an arrangement of drawers, all mahogany lined and with what appear to be the original brass handles. This beautiful wardrobe has a simple but stylish design, following clean lines with wonderful, and very practical, proportions that would fit into most homes. Its’ understated elegance is a refreshing change from the grandeur found in later Victorian pieces.
Quality Victorian Mahogany Break-fronted Triple Wardrobe with Amber Glass Handles. This grand triple wardrobe still has its delightful amber glass handles, is a quality example of Victorian antique furniture, circa 1870, has a stately break front and is made from mahogany. It has a moulded break-fronted cornice above a large central mirrored door flanked by two beautifully figured doors. All the doors have arched mouldings and have their original amber glass handles. The central interior has a brass hanging rail and three adjustable sliding linen trays making it a very versatile storage space above two deep drawers with original brass handles. The interiors of the two outer sections have sliding hanging rails and a lower drawer.
Large French Decorative Walnut Antique Wardrobe / Armoire. Dating from around 1890 this large decorative French antique wardrobe / armoire is constructed from walnut and creates a striking presence in a room. It is topped with an impressive central arched pediment with an attractive carved motif. This sits above three full length mirrored doors with moulded edges and ornate brass key escutcheons complete with key and two working locks. The piece is finished off with elegant cabriole legs to the front . The interior has a single adjustable shelf with later hanging rail and plenty of storage space within the base, ideal for shoes! This antique wardrobe may be large but is surprisingly easy to accommodate as it ‘flat packs’ so can be positioned in rooms that might not otherwise benefit from such an impressive piece of furniture.
Victorian Mahogany Antique Triple Wardrobe. This stately Victorian mahogany antique triple wardrobe, circa 1860, has a very grand appearance but is not too big to limit the type of home it could be accommodated within. It has a moulded cornice above a deep frieze and has a central mirrored door flanked by two full length doors with striking central figured panels and arched moulding along with keys and working locks.
Victorian Antique Mahogany Triple Wardrobe dating from around 1870 in the Victorian period this antique triple wardrobe is made from mahogany and provides ample storage for any bedroom. It has a moulded cornice above three full length doors which have arched mouldings, the central door having a full length mirror. The right side contains a brass hanging rail over a sliding linen tray, the central compartment contains four sliding linen trays over four drawers while the left side contains another brass hanging rail, hooks and a brass shoe rack.
Arts & Crafts Golden Oak Antique Wardrobe. This antique Edwardian wardrobe is constructed from a beautifully grained mellow golden oak and is a super example from the Arts & Crafts movement popular at the time, circa 1900. It has a moulded cornice above a decorative carved frieze that sits above a central door containing the original bevelled mirror and original handle. The door is flanked by two beautifully figured oak panels. The interior is in its original state, clean and still retaining its original hook fittings, but a hanging rail could be added. The base contains two oak lined drawers with the original handles and a lower shaped apron. It stands on moulded Arts & Crafts designed feet and splits into four sections aiding transportation and positioning. This is a wonderful opportunity to purchase a large solid oak wardrobe, constructed by a true craftsman, with simple stylish lines which many of today’s new versions copy but use only oak veneer. To buy a modern day equivalent in solid oak would set you back in the region of £2k!!
Hi James, the wardrobe arrived promptly at 5 past 11. Many thanks to you and to the delivery men, who struggled upstairs with it but with great care. It looks very well. Stephen
Thank you James, the guys arrived on time, got it upstairs and set up with no problems and no complaints. I’m very pleased with it – it already looks happy in its new home JBest RegardsLiz
Hello James,Just a quick email to thank you very much for the speedy delivery of the wardrobe, it’s certainly very good quality and I hope my client will be very happy with it. Please also convey my thanks to your driver and father in law, they were very helpful and professional. I hope we will be able to do business again in the future. Kind regards Mick